Month: February 2014

Wolfram Language

I don’t think I’ve ever found the arrival of a new programming language worth getting excited about. But this really does look interesting: If anyone ever gets round to creating a real Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, this is the

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Subpixel-aware image scaling

Subpixel rendering is the technique your computer uses to make text on the screen as readable as possible even at small font sizes. In a typical LCD monitor, each pixel is represented by a combination of three separate light-emitting elements,

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